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brahman
11 March 2013, 12:37 AM
Sree Sankaracharya university of Sanskrit, Kalady is republishing the standard collection of the complete works of Adi Sankara in five Volumes.

1St
Brahma Sutra
Isa
Kena
Katha
Prasna

2nd
Mundaka
Mandukya
Taittiriya
Ithareya
Chandogya
Brahadaranyaka

3rd
Gita
Sanal Sujathiyam
Vishnu sahsara Nama Bashya
Viveka choodamani
Upadesha sahsri

4th
Dasha Sloki
Shatha Sloki
Atma Bodha
Prapancha Sara

5th
Around 140 Sthothras

Source of Information of the content : Mathrubhumi Daily News(Local)


Now available for 2250.00 INR
Pre-publication price: 1750.00 INR (Applicable till the 31st MARCH 2013)

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The Registrar,
Sree Sankaracharya university of Sanskrit,
Kalady, Ernakulam, Kerala.
0091 (0)484 246 33 80

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The University, named after the illustrious sage and philosopher Sree Sankaracharya, was established in the year1993 in Kalady, on the banks of the river Poorna in Kerala.

The primary objectives of the University are to impart knowledge in various branches of Sanskrit as well as Indology, Indian Culture, Indian Languages, Indian Philosophy, Fine Arts, Foreign Languages and Social Science and to promote the study and research of Sanskrit through simultaneous promotion of other languages in India and abroad that have enriched the study of Sanskrit.
The University also works towards the Publication and preservation of manuscripts and books in Sanskrit and other languages.
The University is currently functioning through nine Regional Centres, namely Thiruvananthapuram, Panmana, Thuravoor, Ettumanoor, Kalady (Main Campus), Thrissur, Tirur, Koyilandy and Payyannur. The Kerala Kalamandalam, internationally acclaimed for Kerala Classical Arts, has recently been added to the University as a recognized institution.

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Details of such a work published earlier

The Works of Sri Sankaracharya [Memorial Edition], 20 volumes published in 1910 by Sri Vani Vilas Press, Srirangam, remains to this day the standard collection of the complete works of Sri Sankaracharya. It includes Sri Sankaracharya's major commentaries as well as his other works, as given in the list below.

1. Brahmasutra-bhashya
2. Brahmasutra-bhashya
3. Brahmasutra-bhashya
4. Upanishad-bhashya, vol. 1: Isa, Kena [2], Katha, Prasna
5. Upanishad-bhashya, vol. 2: Mundaka, Mandukya, Aitareya
6. Upanishad-bhashya, vol. 3: Taittiriya, Chhandogya 1-3
7. Upanishad-bhashya, vol. 4: Chhandogya 4-8
8. Upanishad-bhashya, vol. 5: Brihadaranyaka 1-2
9. Upanishad-bhashya, vol. 6: Brihadaranyaka 3-4
10. Upanishad-bhashya, vol. 7: Brihadaranyaka 5-6, Nrisimhapurvatapani
11. Bhagavad-Gita-bhashya, vol. 1: chaps. 1-9
12. Bhagavad-Gita-bhashya, vol. 2: chaps. 10-18
13. Vishnusahasranama and Sanatsujatiya Bhashyas
14. Vivekachudamani, Upadeshasahasri
15. Miscellaneous Prakaranas vol. 1: Aparokshanubhuti, etc. [7 works]
16. Miscellaneous Prakaranas vol. 2: Prabodhasudhakara, etc. [25 works]
17. Stotras, vol. 1 [30 works]
18. Stotras, vol. 2 [35 works, plus Lalita Trisatistotra Bhashya]
19. Prapanchasara, vol. 1
20. Prapanchasara, vol. 2

There are thus a total of 118 works, counting the two Kena Upanishad bhashyas separately, in this collection. Both Indian and Western scholars agree that many of these works must have been written by later Sankaracharyas rather than the original or
Adi Sankaracharya. But there is no agreement on which ones are genuinely his. Moreover, there are many other texts attributed to Sankaracharya that are not found in this collection, some of which may have been written by Adi Sankaracharya. So it is not a definitive collection of his writings. Nor does it lay any claim to being a critical edition. Its readings can often be improved by comparison with other printed editions and manuscripts. It is
simply the standard collection we have at present.

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realdemigod
11 March 2013, 11:41 AM
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